Boozy Chocolate Box

Cocktail-themed chocolate bars blend your favorite indulgences in a delightful confection.
created by

Neil Edley

$49.00

Neil Edley created by

Neil Edley

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Sweets, Straight Up

Too long you've been enjoying your favorite nightcaps and chocolate separately. Not anymore, folks. Allow us to introduce these cocktail-themed chocolate bars generously spiked with boozy flavors. Nosh on four rich combinations (two bars each) including: Bourbon Caramel Pretzel, Cinnamon Fire Ball, Mexican Hot Chocolate Tequila, and Redhead Cinner. The best part: They're alcohol-free (though you'd never know it), so you don't have to wait til 5 o'clock to enjoy these delightful confections. Made in Pennsylvania.

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Made in Pennsylvania

Neil Edley

created by

Neil Edley

Neil Edley didn’t choose the sweet life, it chose him. Since he was 15 years old, he's been operating a confections business with his mother Frann in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Neil is still dreaming up innovative culinary ideas as their business continues to grow. Willing to experiment with any combination that comes to mind—whether it’s bourbon caramel pretzel chocolate or Caribbean jerk peanuts—his team specializes in custom-made products. Neil perfected his craft at renowned culinary college Johnson & Wales, and continues to expand upon his knowledge and creativity by making the best chocolates and nuts possible. His hope is that his confections provide the world with a little taste of happiness.

Handmade Made in the USA
Measurements
Packaging: 6" L x 3" W x 3" H; Eight 2 oz chocolate bars
Ingredients
Item ID
46227

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Beware Chocolate Connoisseurs!

1

I gave this to my husband for Christmas. He considers himself a chocolate connoisseur, and did not like this chocolate at all. He tried a square of each of the bars and ended up throwing the whole box in the garbage. It was a real disappointment to him.

Houston, TX

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We love chocolates and appreciate is booze!

5

How did we use this product? We ate it.

Newark, de

true

Great Gift

5

Giving a few to my boyfriend and one to my mom, aunt, and uncle. Great little socking stuffers

VT

true

AWESOME!

5

I got this as a father's day present and he loved them. He has not had a chance to eat them yet,(busy guy) but he was very happy to get them. And being made with that stuff made it more the better for him to munch on. I loved the packaging. The freezerpack and insulated box kept them from melting! We had a heat-wave and they survived the trip here in one piece. Nothing was melted or soft. It was hard as though I had bought it in person that very same day. I will HIGHLY recommend these for a father's day gift or a groom's gift! I cannot eat them due to health issues with my diet but they smell fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saint Marys, Ohio

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Boozy Chocolate Box

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